The Soup Live at Elgin Public House on 2008-12-19
01 Dirtballs and Stonebags 7:46
02 Chilly Willy 5:12
03 Third Line 4:08
04 Let Em In 4:45
05 Spinal Meningitus 2:56
06 Cold Duck Time 8:39
07 Sweet Lace 8:31
08 Nausea 4:19
09 Aint It Funky Now 8:26
10 Don't Do It 6:41
11 Feed The Band 9:05
12 Schiller 2:25
13 Imaginary Ice Storm 6:24
14 Christmas Time Is Here 4:21
15 Santa Claus Is Comin To Town 5:03
16 I Lost My Wallet 3:20
17 She's Trouble 8:42
18 Off The Record 8:06
19 Cheerleader Rush 6:48
20 Shakedown Street 9:52
21 A To Z 5:54
22 El Emenoe Pea 7:17
23 Mr Loser 7:26
24 Transdermal Celebration 4:09
25 The Mutants That I See 1:51
26 Christmas Time Is Here Again 2:17
Collection TheSoupBand/Artist The SoupVenue Elgin Public HouseLocation Elgin, ILSource 1AKG C-3000 & Soundboard (18 millisecond delay)Lineage Board & Mics > Yamaha AW1600 > Macboook Pro via USB > Pro Logic > Waveburner > xACTTaped by Brian RiordanTransferred by Brian Riordan firstname.lastname@example.org
This weekend there was a threat of a horrible ice storm heading our way leaving nothing but destruction in its path. The storm never came, and the crowd stayed home in fear of sliding off the road.
So we used this night as if it were a rehearsal in the sense that we prepared our christmas tunes for the following night and did a couple of prepared improv tunes.
We had a few friends that braved the cold, they were hanging out with some german girls. I did the best that I could with what little german I can remember. It is one thing trying to have a conversation one on one with someone of another language, but it is entirely different when you are speaking to them in a speech like setting.
This was the first time we performed "I Lost My Wallet". It is a Christmas original by Mike Ellis.
Joe Arteaga: Drums, Vocals
Mike Ellis: Keyboards, Vocals, Trumpet
Nate Heffron: Tenor Sax, Harmonica
Jack Pieroth: Bass
Brian Riordan: Percussion, Handsonic, Vocals, German
Dave Waterman: Guitar, Vocals
December 20, 2012
No further than the 2nd track, I'm amazed. Crazy depth.